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Let's Dance!! 2017
 International Folk Dancing
Sunday, February 5th, 7-10pm


Research has shown that learning something new is good for the brain and moving keeps us happy and healthy.  

So come on out and join us dancing!  No partner is needed.


 Members and children free, others $10 to cover cost of teacher/band.
Questions? Contact mari.litsky@gmail.com

 International Folk Dancing
Sunday, February 5th, 7-10pm
7 pm Bulgarian Line Dance Lessons with professional dance teacher Nina Kavardjikova followed by international folk dancing to music by Da! Mozim.

Contributions of snacks/drinks would be appreciated.

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About the dance teacher:

Nina Kavardjikova was brought up in the folklore traditions of her mother’s family village in Northern Bulgaria, started dancing and performing on stage at the age of 7, later became a professional dancer and toured the world as a soloist with the Bulgarian Trakia State Folklore Ensemble. She graduated with honors from the Academy of Music, Dance, and Fine Arts in Plovdiv as a choreographer, dance director and pedagogue, and worked with Trakia State Folk Ensemble, her own group Aegis and many performing dance ensembles in Bulgaria. Later, she was a professor in Bulgarian Folklore and Dance at the Academy of Music, Dance, and Fine Arts. Folklore research has been a major part of her work throughout the years. Her continuous interest is in Bulgarian ethnic dance and music, traditions and rituals, history and religion, costumes and instruments. Between 1992 and 1999 she has lived and worked in the USA, and since 1999 resides in The Netherlands. Nina has been a featured guest teacher at many professional and recreational venues in USA, Canada, The Netherlands, UK and Germany. She organizes culture and rural tourism groups to Bulgaria.

Nina will be teaching village dances from various ethnographic areas of Bulgaria for beginners, intermediate, and advanced levels emphasizing details and styles suitable for different energy levels.

About the band:

Da! Mozhem is a group of friends who have been playing together for well over a decade.
The group has veterans from many excellent folklore bands such as the People's International Silver String Macedonian Band, Born to Drone, Westwind, Sviraci and the Slavonian Traveling Band. The band plays pan-Balkan music with an emphasis on Bulgarian, Macedonian and Ex-Yugoslav traditions.
Several members frequently travel to the Balkans to learn more about the folkloric music of the region. The group plays on traditional instruments unique to the region as
well as modern instruments.





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